TATRALANDIA sits on the banks of Liptovská Mara reservoir.
Tatralandia is equipped with six pools filled with water from thermal springs, six water slides, a three-lane speed slide, and other water attractions such as aqua volleyball and an artificial climbing wall. The green, 146-metre long Anaconda is the longest water slide in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and the blue Kamikadze is the steepest. The area will also stage live concerts and open-air movies.
Aquapark Poprad, will not be open completely on July 1, but visitors can enjoy the centre's four pools (two indoor, two outdoor), hydro-massages, and artificial waves. Bigger attractions, like sporting grounds and a shopping mall, will be added next year.
Other aquaparks planned in Slovakia
Aquarena Bratislava-Petržalka - (opening at the end of 2004) part of a larger hotel complex, this aquapark promises to be the largest in Slovakia, with nine pools.
Aquapark Nová Dubnica - (May 2004) built on the grounds of a former swimming pool, this park will boast six pools, a water slide and a five-lane slide, artificial waves, massages, and sauna.
Aquathermal Senec - (opening June 2004) this will use water from a local thermal spring, offering four pools and two toboggans.
Aquapark Rimavská Sobota - Zelená Voda. Opening date not scheduled yet.
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